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of arkansas. the worst of the worst go to this prison. and at the time of his conviction no one was considered worse than damien echols. judged as the leader of a grotesque and senseless murder spree, a jury of his peers sent him here to be executed. but that happened 17 years earlier. when i first met the once cocky and defiant teenager who horrified and enraged thousands of people, he was pushing 40. >> hi. >> escorted to our interview, handcuffed and shackled, the damien echols i see appears frail, lonely and eager to tell his story. you know, people are going to be watching you throughout this interview, and they're going to be judging you. >> right. >> how do you think they're going to judge you? >> i don't know. >> you're either innocent and a terrible victim of a justice system gone wrong or you're a terrible, cold-blooded killer of children. >> i think you'll probably have people who think both. >> with prison officials listening to our every word, i'm allowed to talk to damien for almost two hours. through a thick glass window, i listen as this obviously intelligent and articulate man
last night's big raccoon tyner in the state of arkansas. i'm not making that up. it is a huge, quirky tradition in that state and this year it's more important than ever. control of the u.s. senate could be decided in arkansas. our friend perry bacon is standing by on the scene for us in arkansas this morning. we will get to that later, but first i want to play for you the one moment that chris christie's press conference that jumped out at me more than any other. >> when you're a leader of an organization, and i've had this happen to me before where i've had folks not tell me the truth about something -- not since i've been governor, but leaders. >> his explanation for why he never exhibited the slightest bit of curiosity for weeks and months as the bridge story was questioning, as the doubts mounted, the reason he said he never gave any of this much thought is because his staff is always honest with him. it never owe can kuccurred to h someone on his gub na ternatori team might mislead him, might lie to him. everyone is asking why christie didn't suspect anything until this past wea
on hillary for much of his policy from the very beginning, going back to arkansas. it was a reality to them, and his presidency -- >> we said at the outset that hillary clinton wasn't first lady who was quite diverse. she was the first first lady to have a law degree. she was first to have an office in the west wing, where policy is made. she was later the first to testify before a grand jury in the investigations that were ramping up. she was the first first lady elected united states senator, the first to run for president, and the first to serve as secretary of state. to theou have to go back beginning. hillary clinton was born in chicago as hillary diane rodham. tell me about her childhood and what was significant about it. >> the most significant thing was the way she saw herself, which was from the age of eight star.as a her fantasy was, and she wrote this, was to dance in the sun and spend under the sun and imagine that god was beaming the sundown only on her and that heavenly cameras were following and filming her every move. she made that a reality. for many years now, maybe not ca
a bible with him everywhere. >> he went to church in arkansas twice on sunday and once on wednesday night, and he heard all of these destitute farmers singing, and it lifted them up is gave them hope, and that what he was about. lifting them up. ira hayes. fulsome prison. no matter how much you have sinned, no matter how much you have stumbled and fallen, do not give up. as someone said, keep the faith. how influential was that music? beyond gospel -- what are the ingredients that helped him to create his own song styles? >> he grew up listening to country music but mainly gospel. when he knocked on the door of sam phillips after elvis had that, he did not want to be the next elvis presley. he did not want to be a rockstar. he wanted to be a gospel singer, and sam said, i am sorry. we cannot sell gospel music, and so he went to secular music, and then he went back to do gospel music. ,ecular music on the one hand gospel music on the other, sometimes combining them. line" to"i wlak the his wife, saying he would be faithful, but he was also talking about another way, a religious way, and he
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-92. >>> in college hoops, a wild finish between 13th ranked kentucky and arkansas. kentucky ties the game at 85-85 with less than ten seconds remaining in overtime, but that gives arkansas one last time for a second shot. >> you've got to drive it, brad. you've got to drive it. matt for maybe the win. oh, he scores. it's good. arkansas in overtime! >> michael qualls planted the winning basket with less than a second to play. arkansas with the 87-85 victory. >>> and when we return, marking the anniversary of the miracle on the hudson. >>> also, on-stage drama. an actor's showstopping displays of love for one of his castmates. >> announcer: sports sponsored by just for men autostop, the fool proof way to get rid of grey. . [ female announcer ] every box of general mills big g cereals can help your kids' school get extra stuff. they're the only cereals with box tops for education. you can raise money for your kids' school. look for this logo. only on big g cereals. you can make a difference. every cereal box counts. ♪ violin... hey, what are you doing? music lesson. he has to start sometime. [ b
, college football's godaddy bowl. arkansas state with this trick play. r.j. fleming behind the line. as ball state runs the other way. then arkansas, when he making a run for it. a 27-yard gain. and tonight, the championship game, number 2 auburn takes on number 1 florida state. >>> in the nba, during a free throw, new york's j.r. tries to untie the shoe of dallas marion, really? it didn't affect the free throw, but the knicks did win. >>> well, the olympics in sochi, they're just one month away, if you're not quite linebackolympir but want major air, there's an answer. snowboard participants were able to soar 20 feet off a ramp landing safely on a big old bag of air. that's one easy way to do it. i'd say. >> kind of scary, i'd say. >> no, it's an air bag down there. you're all good. >> pretty gnarly, thanks, betty. >>> just ahead, the late paul walker's fate in the "fast & furious" has been decided. we'll have details. >>> welcome back. just a little fun fact from the national weather service in minneapolis. had a negative 35 windchill. your hands or your face, any exposed flesh wi
to the media during the regular season. >>> on to college football, go daddy bowl, arkansas state with this trick play. fleming behind the line with the ball as the ball goes the other way. then makes a run for it. a 27-yard gain. arkansas state goes on to win it 23-20. and tonight the championship game, number two auburn takes on number one florida state. >>> in the nba, playground rules here. during a free throw, he bends down and unties the shoe of dallas' shawn marian. it didn't affect the free throw but the knicks win 92-80. come on, guys. >>> the olympics in sochi are one month away. so if you're not quite olympic caliber, but you still want to get some major air like these pros, we have the solution. at arizona snow bowl, participants were able to soar 20 feet off a ramp, landing safely on to a big old air bag. now, that looks like a blast. >>> just ahead, the late paul walker's fate has been decided. we have the details when we return. >>> welcome back. good monday morning to you. we're watching a storm system now off the california coast. unfortunately it is heading up to
-- the midwest that is bringing icing conditions into arkansas and parts of tennessee. it will bring us a possibility for a wintry mix early tomorrow morning. temperatures now generally in a the 30's, which is a good 10 degrees milder than at this time yesterday. traveling to date thomas well, some icy spots in tennessee and into the midwest. i have more on the timing of the precipitation in my full forecast straight ahead. >> all right, eileen, we will see you then. breaking news now -- a mistrial declared in the case of a man charged with particular manslaughter in the death of a prince george's county police officer. bell joining us live from upper marlboro with the details. what happened in court today? >> a stunning development -- the jury in this case that the case yesterday afternoon, they delivered ford two hours, went home, at 1:00 this morning, the judge it's an e-mail from one of the jurors who said that because of her religious beliefs, she cannot judge another man, a mistrial had to be declared. let me give you a background, it was august 20, 20 12 when police officer adria
with arkansas at 885 a piece. the dunk at the buzzer. arkansas shocked. 13th ranked kentucky in overtime. this is abc 7 sports report brought to you by casino. >>> niners head coach jim harbaugh may have hose who've bed ewelcome to covered california. now, you can no longer be denied coverage because of a pre-existing condition. enroll today at coveredca.com. accelerate. shift. shift. ♪ and shift again. through all eight speeds of a transmission standard hornnected to more standard horsepower than its german competitors. and that is the moment that driving the lexus gs will shift your perception. ♪ this is the pursuit of perfection. >>> fire danger will remain high tomorrow. in the hills it's going to be gusty. temperatures in a wide range, 30 to 50s. mike will be here 4:30 to 7:00 a.m. >>> you might see 49ers head coach jim harbaugh on the cover of sports illustrated before he graces gq. >> he wears black cap and black shirt with cleats. his wife wishes he dressed a little better for games and practices. >> she said she's thrown out a lot of khakis but he buys more. >> he saw him we
. james young hits the three. the wildcats tied with arkansas at 885 a piece. the dunk at the buzzer. arkansas shocked. 13th ranked kentucky in overtime. this is abc 7 sports report brought to you by casino. >>> niners head coach jim harbaugh may have >>> fire danger will remain high tomorrow. in the hills it's going to be gusty. temperatures in a wide range, 30 to 50s. mike will be here 4:30 to 7:00 a.m. >>> you might see 49ers head coach jim harbaugh on the cover of sports illustrated before he graces gq. >> he wears black cap and black shirt with cleats. his wife wishes he dressed a little better for games and practices. >> she said she's thrown out a lot of khakis but he buys more. >> he saw him wearing his out fit at a san francisco giants game. >> kind of like steve jobs. his uni. >> it's become iconic. >> that's our report. we appreciate your time. >> abc 7 news continues on
david and go light. arkansas tied with kentucky in overtime. arkansas goes for three, but there a dunk. more exuberance. >>> detroit lions have a new head coach. he was the offensive coach of the ravens and previous coach of the colts. congratulations. >>> fans want to buy seats before the metro dome gets levelled saturday. other folks not civil in last week's game. they stole the stuff. >>> a shot at greatness and free food. he makes it. one year of free jimmy johns food. what more could a college student want? free beer. >>> in a private plane, he turns it into a golf course, nails a shot from 30 feet. that's a nice long private plane. it bounces off the furniture and into the cup which was formally filled with crystal, i think. >>> hate traffic don't text and talk on the phone. do bike tricks on a moving 18 wheeler. they brought in a second truck to do amazing tricks. he practiced as well. >>> just ahead, pretty woman julia roberts in real time technology time morph. that's next. on car insurance by making one simple call, why wouldn't you make that call? see, the only thing i can t
health care. she was the arkansas insurance commissioner in my tenure as governor and my appointee. >> the state's attorney general foiled a lawsuit saying that what the obama administration has done is illegal. why do you think that the lawsuit has merit? >> well, because i think they are exactly right. by excutive order, you can't just change what congress has passed. he can't just go in there and say oh, well, i know this was law, but it is not working and we don't like it. we'll change it on a whim. it will not work. >> a lot of people don't understand the process. he said we'll go a head and let the states if they want to keep the insurance, as a state insurance commissioner, you know that brings havoc to the industry. explain to the audience why does that make a big deal to the companies and regulators? >> there are so many things in the 2,000 pages and man dates and directives, and so many time lines to me, not only on the insurance state government, and on the federal government itself. it just would not work. there are so many things to change and look at. and as you come
arkansas to kentucky and more storms in the northwest. >>> missing from today's temperature map, single digits. the lowest readings will be in the 20s around the great lakes and in the 30s throughout the northeast. >>> navy rescuers aren't giving up the search for a sailor who is still missing after a deadly helicopter crash in the atlantic. but survival odds in the cold ocean are low. the chopper with five crew members went down off the virginia coast during the training mission. two crew members died and two are in the hospital. >>> at the same time investigators are sorting through the wreckage from that u.s. helicopter crash in england which killed four air force crew members. teams combing the area have been hampered by bullets scattered across the scene and have not yet recovered the bodies. >>> the latest amanda knox trial continues in italy with closing arguments presented on behalf of her ex-boyfriend. jurors could get the case as early as tomorrow. this is the third time knox and raffaele sollecito are being tried for the murder of her british roommate meredith kercher. knox h
. >>> here's another david and goliath, unranked arkansas tied with 13th-ranked kentucky. in overtime, arkansas goes for three, misses, but there for the dunk! >> oh! that's not a miss. >> the clock runs out. arkansas 87, kentucky 85. more exuberizing, is that a word? >> i don't think so. >>> jim caldwell, offensive coordinator for the ravens and previously head coach of the indianapolis colts, congratulations, my friend. >>> golfer bubba watson showing off a little in a private jet. >> must be nice sdprks. >> turns it into a golf course. nails a shot from about 30 feet. it's a nice, long private plane here, betty. >> and it's in! wow. >> it bounces off the furniture. it has leather loungers, yes. and into the cup. >>> hate traffic? don't text, do tricks on a moving 18-wheeler. a five-times x games gold medalist in peru, even brought in an extra truck. >> i'm a little nervous watching that. >> commuters were stopping going, what is this guy doing? but he practiced. >> thank goodness all is well. thank you, richard. >>> out west, drought conditions persist and so do wildfires. firefigh
have noticed arkansas and kentucky trending. >> well, because of a wild college basketball game. here's neil and stan at espn with the highlights. >> good morning, america. welcome to the "sportscenter" set in los angeles. he's stan verrett. i'm neil everett. two very strong college basketball games to share with you. >> let's start in the s.e.c. where arkansas got off to an 0-2 start and had kentucky coming in on tuesday. less than ten seconds to go. andrew harrison, the three, 74 apiece. they go to overtime. 20 seconds to go. portis, great offensive rebound, kicks it back out and james young knocks that down. 85 apiece. all of a sudden no time-outs left. one last shot. rashad madden, the pullup three. no good but look at michael qualls with three kentucky players around him, he's able to pull down the offensive rebound and just in time. got it off with 0.2 seconds left, kentucky's last chance no good and arkansas wins it. >>> wisconsin was one of four unbeatens in d1 and bo ryan, you know, figuring, all right, i can go into bloomington and get one because i've beaten indiana 12 stra
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rent, okay, on the minimum wage, west virginia and arkansas, you need to work a 63-hour workweek in order to afford the average rent in west virginia. two-bedroom apartment working 40-hour-a week on minimum wage. california, maryland, virginia, d.c., high-cost states like new york, you need to work 130 hours in a week in order to afford a two-bedroom apartment. in hawaii, 175 hours. it is not just a subsistent issue. >> the fight about democrats want to use this sort of simple, easy-to-access and minimum waging to blow out to a larger discussion about income and about buying power and economic power and in the country right now. and that idea where -- i have to work harder to get the same stuff i had 50 years ago is a message that translates across middle class. not just the poor, all the way up. there is a -- this is a very serious part of this discussion is that it is -- it is like a tallisman to tell a tale of the income problem and wage problem, wage gap in the country. numbers like that are really the kind of thing they are hoping to drive discussion toward when talking abou
is simple -- nothing. let's take another state, arkansas. arkansas people are hurting because of obamacare. the state's not tracking cancellations, but in the individual market in arkansas 138% increase in premiums. now, for the millionaires, many of whom populate this chamber, 138% may not be that much but if you're struggling in arkansas, you need help, you need relief, and what have senate democrats done for the people hurting in arkansas because of obamacare? the answer is nothing. let's look at another state. louisiana. 92,790 policies canceled because of obamacare. 53% increase in average premiums because of obamacare in the individual market. now, i will note one senator from louisiana has fought hard for those 92,790 people in louisiana who have had their health insurance canceled and another senator in this chamber has fought hard to ensure that the response is not to relieve them from obamacare. what have senate democrats done in response to the people in louisiana who are hurting? the answer is simple and it's tragic -- nothing. let's look at another state. new mexico. 26,000 po
level, of course, arkansas was looking to do the expansion and they wanted it through private health plans. for the vast majority of you in this room, in your states, the vast majority of your medicaid enrollees are already in private health care plans. that was not the case in arkansas. the notion of this being a big change that somehow the expansion would be through private plans substantively is not the case or would not be the case for most states, but it was a big deal in arkansas. that was the focus there around .rivate lands subsequently, we've seen other states coming in with requests with additional changes that they want, charging premiums, cost-sharing, payments and the like. and in pennsylvania, a lot of attention around work requirements that gets into another domain. we will talk a little later about where this might go. of states thatot are moving forward wanting to have some kind of a trigger where the state will automatically withdraw from the expansion of the federal government changes the terms and backs away from its 100 sent financing. there's a lot of mistrust o
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's witnessed. please welcome julie benfield from united health care. full disclosure, she was the arkansas insurance commissioner during my tenure as governor and an appointee of that position, of which i'm quite proud. let's start with this lawsuit. the states attorney general have filed a lawsuit saying what the obama administration has done is illegal. why do you think the lawsuit has some merit? >> well because i think they are exactly right. i think that by executive order you can't just change what congress has passed. he can't just go in there and say, oh, well, i know this was law, but it is not working or we don't like it, let's just change it on a whim. it won't work. >> and i think a lot of people don't understand the process. when he said well, we're going to go ahead and let the states if they want to keep these insurance -- as a state insurance commissioner, you know that just brings havoc to the industry and explain to the audience who may not understand the regulatory process, why does that make a big deal to the companies and to the regulators? >> there were so many things
. in conservative states like arkansas, alaska, north carolina, west virginia and louisiana. they may also be broadening the playing field making a play for seats like michigan, virginia. can 2014 be the year of the gop? by the way, i'm interested. what will their message be, obama care, yeah, dot, dot, dot, dot, but what else will they say? here now we have democratic strategists chris karthenis and noel mcport. noel, first off, i can count. i guess i can count five maybe, arkansas, louisiana, north carolina, alaska. i can count five. maybe there's a 50-50 tie. what am i missing here? >> a state that we originally had off the table is back in play and that's virginia, and that's because of ed gillespie, a guy that can stand on his own, a guy that has a great reputation. also, look at michigan. look at what terry ann land has raised. she's raised almost $4 million 3rks$.7 million. governor snyder has a slight lead as well. this is like in arkansas, we have tom cotton running against prior and asa hutch chin son. michigan that was originally off the table and virginia, these are back on. re
for a discounted price. >> bill and hillary began their teaching here at the university of arkansas right after graduating in 1973. hillary clinton came one year later. her career began outside this building at the university of arkansas. she was a professor. she taught criminal law, criminal procedure, and the prison project. >> she was an ivy league law school grad. abouthad been impeached two weeks before hillary totter first-class. clinton lady hillary live on c-span and c-span3. also on c-span radio. >> a one-on-one conversation with stephen breyer. followed by conversation on liberals and the media. then the philanthropist who helped form the first super pack. changing theut demographics of the race and their impact on the election. next, a conversation with stephen breyer. he was appointed by president bill clinton in 1994. runs just over one hour. [applause] >> my pleasure to be here. you're going to talk about congress. tonight we will talk about the branch of government that works. [laughter] >> this is flattery. >> let me start out by asking what you did today. it strikes me as unusu
of arkansas. bill came in 1973 and hillary came a year later. hillary clinton's career began right outside this building at the university of arkansas where she was a professor and she taught classes such as criminal law, criminal procedure, trial procedure. hillary was a well educated ivy league law school grad that worked in d.c. as part of the nixon impeachment campaign. she was impeached two weeks before hillary taught her first class. >> first lady hillary clinton span radio an and and orgorgstpwhrsm next a conversation with stephen breyer. justice breyer was appointed in bill clinton in 1994. he was author of the book active liberty. this runs just over an hour. >> my pleasure to be here. you're going to talk about congress, and the branch of government that works. >> this is flattery. >> let me start out by asking what you did today. it strikes me as unusual, they had a challenge to the president's recess power. this is something that the supreme court has never had to think about before. here we are 200 plus years into our nation's history. is it surprising that there are still noo
arkansas area i think that is the most republican -- vulnerable republican of the cycle. that state has become much more republican than the last time ago.had a race, 12 years caught and has a terrific resume, relatively new to politics. he has only been in the house one term. talk toit is funny, you a lot of democrats who are very concerned about pryor. one of the things that is going for him is that arkansas did its own exchange. the outgoing governor is very r, asar, and may help pryo well as the clintons. this is a tough race. elected threetor different times for three different states. he represented minnesota, missouri, and illinois. the only person to serve three different. jennifer duffy, and neither does all he -- nathan >> we spoke earlier with a reporter about what is on the agenda for this week. -- peteng us is pete's kasprowicz who writes for the hill. congress is coming back next week. the marquee event is the state of the union for president obama. what are the key priorities the president will talk about? >> minimum wage, extending unemployment benefits, we think that is
and so, to me i would go straight to the back pages, you know, alabama, arkansas, go through all the states to see what was going on and then i would read the frond part because i thought to me that was like cocktail party conversation. it was sort of vaguely interesting but not that important. but as i sort of my career progressed i started realizing, wait a minute, it is the stuff in front that drives what's happening in the back and i think as sort of as i moved along the thematics are awfully, awfully important. so i think a lot of people, particularly younger people think we put too much emphasis on some of the big picture stuff but over time it seems to matter in a enormous amount. the beginning of each election cycle i start off and think about, ask myself two questions and the first question is, what kind of election is this going to be? and whether it is sort of what i call micro or macro. around the second is, what's the election going to be about? let's talk about these two questions. what kind of election it's going to be. the late democratic speaker of the house tip
in the state of arkansas for the purpose of allowing for premium support to be done in the context of medicaid expansion. the context of arkansas, like many other states, had been resistant to having so much federal involvement in health care. involvement in health care. what i believe that the acceptance of that waiver by hhs signaled was perhaps the administration would be willing to acknowledge that states could develop medicaid programs and could develop exchanges and could do other things in the context of what we've talked about that could represent their own culture and own value and own view of what government's role ought to be. it was mentioned -- i think bob mentioned the fact that health care is a very complex subject and frankly, it requires government to bring order to it. that isn't the issue. the issue is what should the role of government be? should government operate the system or should it simply organize the system? states like arkansas are saying to the federal government, we're prepared to use government. we're prepared to step in and lead but we need the capacity to do s
quorum call: a senator: mr. president? the presiding officer: the senator from arkansas. a senator: are we in a quorum call? the presiding officer: we are in a quorum call. mr. pryor: i would ask that it be dispensed with. the presiding officer: without objection. mr. pryor: mr. president, i rise to talk about the business on the floor, which is the omnibus appropriation bill. let me start by thanking chairwoman mikulski for her leadership. she has put long hours in this over the christmas and new year's break where most people were home with families and doing things in their home state and on vacation, she never stopped working, and her team, her staff on the appropriations committee never stopped working, and the staff as always is kind of the unsung hero around here. they did so many great things to put this together, both democrats, republicans, house and senate. everybody had to work together to get this done. i'm proud that they did. i'm also proud to be the -- one of the appropriations subcommittee chairs that was able to work on this legislation, and as you know, i'm chair
of the haitians to arkansas and is the kind she apologizes for its december sixteen national assembly resolution is the second quarter dividend on the dot the i's its history. the stinking human wants and who has been found in the on off the shuttle to the market in the fourth sensitivity of human feelings in last two weeks. then i started on the flats are coming back to the game full of spunk and what caused it at least one thousand one hundred people he said here's something you are mr gorton serious time in seventeen ninety and are watching them. i knew. you knew you were little. in. eye. the what's hot what's not in the last letter sent out in the many studies are i get to fight the fear and under stalin. of the economy hit by us security vacuum the end of the spice up a tent tastebuds with a traditional with beads off to a meeting with the funnest on preston comic guys on the us senate and says washington expects the lda its buyback and security agreement on the estate to be signed. they criticize the decision of the ofcom got them to release five on christmas we have reports. u s senate is
. >> there it is, a kangaroo! >> buckle in for a wild police chase. this in arkansas. the video was recently released and went viral. let's see why. we're riding with wildlife officer kenny taylor. he's assisting some police officers in pursuit of an armed robbery suspect. he heard the call, he was nearby by -- that's the stuff, vehicles eluding police officers. he's chasing the suspect while he's driving down the shoulder of the road and then this. >> stop, stop! >> two hands on his weapon while driving in the opposite lane, pointing it at the driver and this is a big. >> [ bleep ], [ bleep ]. >> i feel like i just arrested this guy. can you believe that? >> what kind of camera is that? >> feels like we are the officer. >> they describe it as a police officer body camera. now, this is a man that they believe is armed and dangerous, grabbed him by the hair, throws him down, rolls him over. you see the fear in this man's eyes as he got a weapon pointed right at him. you get this incredible view of what it's like to be in a highly charged, vol -- he year in jail and ten years of probation. >>
on the road home, she tells anthony mason all about it. >> dyess, arkansas, was barely on the map when the cash family moved here in 195. your dad walked this road to school. >> two miles. >> johnny cash was just three when his parents were awarded one of the new houses the government had built for farmers struggling through the depression. >> this area was nothing, it was just empty land and it was during the new deal. >> how many rooms are there? >> five rooms. potential bathroom. >> never really came running water. >> the plumbing was never hooked up. >> roseanne cash went back to her father's boyhood home two years ago when arkansas state university began to restore it. >> this could have been my dad's bedroom. he would have slept here with his brother, jack. then louise and reba were in here. four children in this room. >> in this one space. >> roseanne has first seen the house in 1968 when the man in black returned to dyess. >> just wandered around looking in the windows. there were a lot more trees. i remember that. >> what did you think when you saw this? >> i sensed a kind of
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about expansion. at a substantive level arkansas was looking to do the expansion they wanted it through private health plans. for the bass majority -- the vast majority you're already in their private health plan but that was not the case of arkansas. the notion to be a big change that the expansion would be through a private plane and is not the case or would not be the case for rose states but was a big deal. that was the focus there subsequently we have seen other states cut did with request approvals iowa and michigan with additional changes that they point charging premiums or co-payments id of course, of lot of attention of work requirements id we will talk later it where this might go we also see a lot of states there is a trigger word the state will automatically withdraw from the expansion of the government changes the terms back to the scaling there is a lot of mistrust so substantively what we see is all then grow wait efforts at the state level how to kraft a medicaid expansion for what the state had in mind but i do want to remind people this is not just opposition of peopl
yield the gentleman from arkansas, who's been very focused on these critical issues, especially those involving livestock, mr. womack, two minutes. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from arkansas is recognized for two minutes. mr. womack: thank you, mr. speaker. i, too, want to congratulate the chairman and to his ranking member and my colleague from arkansas, one of the committee members, mr. crawford, for their diligent work and coming up with this committee report. this was not easy, to say the least. that said, mr. speaker, because the senate's my way or the highway attitude, we're considering a conference report that does nothing to address an out-of-control agency, gipsa, from imposing on american companies regulations that go well beyond congressional intent. because of the senate's all or nothing approach, we're considering a conference report that will subject american industries and companies to retaliatory tariffs. for me it would be easy to vote against this conference report, but unlike my senate counterparts, i recognize that in divided government each side has to f
pch he went to arkansas and fired in 2008. he had a scandal with a mistress. and he goes to western kentucky and was the head coach and now he's back in louisville. i guess if you're a good coach, you always find a job. he led louisville to the 2006 orange bowl. maybe they want to go back to that. >>> blake griffin continues to make rims around the league dread his presence. >> what a play. >> now it's impressive. i do want to remind you, it's still only worth two points but he's amazing. they had 29 points. they beat my celtics. the knicks j.r. smith is at it again but this time he's going to pay for his antics. remember this one sunday night? he reached down and untied a shoe opponent's shoelace which we thought was amusing p. he got another one on tuesday night. now it's unclear if he was just joking but the move was enough to get him a $50,000 fine from the nba for reoccurring instances of unsportsman like conduct. i mean i guess you can -- shawn marion could have injured an ankle going up the court if his shoe is untide? >> yeah, first time is funny. second time -- >> you're do
anything to meet a lady. the old spill drink trick. yeah. >>> no. 2, kentucky/arkansas tied. how about a buzzer beating sung. arkansas wince 87-85. >>> and no. 1, just fooling around. that's in practice. from one end to the other. crazy shot. just steph curry and the dunks. >> somebody rolling. >> riding high. how about that one, huh? leave them wanting more. >> you're going good, you're going good. >> that's right. >> we'll be right back. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, before you settle for another ordinary mattress, isn't it time you discovered the sleep number bed? the only bed clinically proven to relieve back pain and improve sleep quality. and right now, it's our lowest prices of the season. save $300 to $800 on our newest innovations. plus, 18-month special financing on all sleep number beds. only at a sleep number store, where queen mattresses start at just $699.99. sleep number. comfort individualized. newscast is tomorrow mornin 4-30. >>> thanks for watching david letterman is up next with michael strahan. >> our next news cast tomorrow morning at 4:30 bright and early. we'll see you the
and mark pryor in arkansas. mitch mcconnell has to face a formidable democratic challenger. and georgia. democrats are pinning hopes on michelle nunn. john harmon it looks to me, the way i'm doing this i'm focusing on people that i think a lot of the viewers will be watching and caring about. people care about michelle nunn. they want to knock off mcconnell. a lot of people do. i think kay hagan in north carolina looks to me like a very attractive incumbent who should get reelected if there wasn't the weird swing to the right that might be looming out there. >> i think all of that is true. the republicans have to basically -- the electoral map running in their favor they have to pick up six seats. as you point out there are some vulnerable republicans, as well. if you have the elections today given the bad fall that the administration had, the president's approval ratings, the national tide against obamacare right now, republicans would have a decent chance of picking up the senate. we have a long way to play. >> what can change? >> he has a lot of control or some degree of control over
experts live at 4:15 p.m. eastern. >> bill and hillary began their careers at the university of arkansas. bill came after graduating from yell and hillary came a year later. hillary clinton's career began right inside this building, the law school at the university of arkansas where she was a professor. she taught classes such as criminal law, criminal procedure, trial procedure. hillary was well-educated, ivy league law school grad that had worked in d.c. as part of the nixon campaign. nixon had been impeached about two weeks before hillary taught her first class. >> first lady hillary clinton monday night at 9:00 eastern live on c-span and c-span 3. >> next, a speaker of iraq's council of representatives, osama, jiffy -- who somehow al=-nujafyi. usama he spoke at the brookings institution for about an hour. >> i am very happy to be here with you today. as you know, iraq is a very important country. iraq havew that we in a very particular experience in the middle east. regime is followed by military occupation and a constitution that was written in uncertain conditions. that was also a
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